Difficult travel is expected in many areas of Wyoming as a strong, long-lasting spring storm makes its way across the state.

All three segments of interstate highway running through Wyoming are expected to see high travel impacts due to what K2 Radio Meteorologist Don Day calls a "very strong" and "long-duration" weather event.

Rain, snow and fog were expected to develop statewide into early Monday morning. Then, another round of possibly heavy snow will likely occur over the higher elevations of I-80, I-25 and mountain passes late Monday through Tuesday.

Across the state, Day predicts fog, rain and snow will cause very poor visibility at times through early Wednesday.

"The entire state will be impacted by the storm," Day said.

For the latest road conditions, visit WyoRoad.info, call 511 or download the Wyoming 511 app.